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- Katherine Swynford, Duchess of Scandal July 25, 2015Originally posted on History... the interesting bits!:Arms of Katherine Swynford Katherine Swynford is, arguably, the most famous – or infamous – of English ladies to have risen so high as to become the first lady of the kingdom, without…wendyjdunn
- The Tudor Ghost Story Contest on again! June 25, 2015Dedicated to retracing the steps of Queen Anne Boleyn and sharing information about the Tudor monarchs and daily life in Tudor England. via The Tudor Ghost Story Contest on again!.Filed under: Wendy J. Dunnwendyjdunn
- The Best Novel You’ve Never Heard Of (unless you’re a supporter of Richard III)…. June 24, 2015Originally posted on murreyandblue:http://www.patheos.com/blogs/godandthemachine/2015/06/the-best-novel-youve-never-heard-of/ We all know Josephine Tey, so it’s good see a new review at patheos.com. It is quoted in full here:- The Best Novel You’ve Never Heard Of June 16, 2015 by Thomas L. McDonald It’s…wendyjdunn
- Tudor Talk by Pamela Hartshorne June 14, 2015Tudor Talk by Pamela Hartshorne.Filed under: Wendy J. Dunnwendyjdunn
- Indentured servants – an alternative to slavery June 11, 2015Originally posted on Anna Belfrage:Let’s face it; the first English attempts to set up a successful colony in the New World failed dismally. That first outpost of English culture, Roanoke, mysteriously disappeared. The proud little settlement of Jamestown suffered…wendyjdunn
- Review of James Patterson’s Writing Masterclass June 10, 2015Originally posted on Feathers of the Firebird:Recently I was approached by the people from Masterclass, a brand new online learning hub which features courses in different areas of the arts and sport, taught by world-famous masters of their craft–such…wendyjdunn
- Self-Publishing: An Author’s Experiences May 28, 2015Originally posted on Layered Pages:I’d like to welcome B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree N.D. (David) Richman today to talk with me about his self-publishing experiences thus far. David is the father of four teenage children – Christopher, Michael, Thomas and Katherine.…wendyjdunn
- Simply Smoldering: Georgette Heyer Heroes that Burn up the Page May 28, 2015Originally posted on Mimi Matthews:The Kiss by Carolus-Duran, 1868. Georgette Heyer novels are not as explicit as many of the historical romances in circulation today. But make no mistake, Heyer’s heroes are capable of generating just as much heat as…wendyjdunn
- Meet my main character May 28, 2015Originally posted on Anna Belfrage:I have been tagged by the talented M.J.Logue in a Meet My Main Character bloghop, giving me a golden opportunity to introduce you to Adam de Guirande, protagonist of my upcoming series set in 14th…wendyjdunn
- June | Writing for children and YA | Swinburne Writers Festival | Events | Swinburne University | Melbourne May 28, 2015Looking forward to being on this panel! June | Writing for children and YA | Swinburne Writers Festival | Events | Swinburne University | Melbourne.Filed under: Wendy J. Dunnwendyjdunn
- Katherine Swynford, Duchess of Scandal July 25, 2015
Wendy J. Dunn is an Australian author and playwright who has been obsessed by Anne Boleyn and Tudor History since she was ten-years-old. She is the author of two Tudor novels: Dear Heart, How Like You This?, the winner of the 2003 Glyph Fiction Award and 2004 runner up in the Eric Hoffer Award for Commercial Fiction, and The Light in the Labyrinth, her first young adult novel. While she continues to have a very close and spooky relationship with Sir Thomas Wyatt, the elder, serendipity of life now leaves her no longer wondering if she has been channeling Anne Boleyn and Sir Tom for years in her writing, but considering the possibility of ancestral memory. Her own family tree reveals the intriguing fact that her ancestors – possibly over three generations – had purchased land from both the Boleyn and Wyatt families to build up their own holdings. It seems very likely Wendy’s ancestors knew the Wyatts and Boleyns personally. Born in Melbourne, Australia, Wendy is married and the mother of three sons and one daughter – named after a certain Tudor queen, surprisingly, not Anne. She gained her Doctorate of Philosophy (Writing) from Swinburne University in 2014.